San Diego County Route S-14

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San Diego County S-14 begins at Business Loop I-15 (Centre City Parkway). The county road follows the path of Historic U.S. 395 between Centre City Parkway (Business Loop I-15 in Escondido) and Vista Village Drive in the city of Vista. Through Escondido between Centre City Parkway and Interstate 15, CR S-14 follows Mission Avenue west.

Westward, CR S-14 (Mission Road) continues into the city of San Marcos and eventually Santa Fe Avenue through Vista. Santa Fe Avenue leads the route west into Oceanside, where it ends at SR 76.

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The westbound beginning of San Diego County S-14 (Mission Avenue) as it leaves Centre City Parkway (Business Loop I-15) and approaches Quince Street. An array of retail and a swap meet line this stretch of Mission Avenue. 06/07/08
Mission Avenue west at Rock Springs Road in Escondido. The initial segment of San Diego County S-14 in the city of Escondido is essentially unsigned, with no reassurance shields along westbound. Historic route markers for Old U.S. 395 start appearing once it leaves the city limits. 06/07/08
There is no access between San Diego County S-14 (Mission Avenue) and Interstate 15. 06/07/08
Westbound San Diego County S-14 meets Andreasen Drive at this traffic signal, while Washington Avenue merges from the southeast. CR S-14 shifts from Mission Avenue to Mission Road turning toward the northwest alongside the Inland Rail Trail. San Diego Gas & Electric power lines (69kV) pass overhead and will also parallel Mission Road ahead. 06/07/08
San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) passes through an industrial segment of Escondido west of the Interstate 15 overpass. 06/07/08
Westbound San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) meets Nordahl Road north to California 78 and Auto Park Way southeast to an auto mall. 06/07/08
The Sprinter is an east-west rail link between Oceanside and Escondido that parallels the adjacent California 78 corridor. Barham Drive branches west from Mission Road to the Sprinter parking lot. 06/07/08
Prior to the SR 78 freeway overpass, CR S-14 (Mission Road) separates with a Jacaranda tree lined median. Beyond Barham Drive, Mission Road leaves the city of Escondido, and enters the city of San Marcos. 06/07/08
SR 78 (Ronald Packard Parkway) and CR S-14 (Mission Road) switch sides but remain parallel to one another through east San Marcos. 06/07/08
Westbound San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) meets Bennett Avenue north and Rancheros Drive west at this signalized intersection. 06/07/08
Mission Road follows the Sprinter rail corridor briefly, then aims northwest again to separate from the railroad. The two will reunite near the intersection with San Marcos Boulevard. 06/07/08
Woodland Parkway originates just south of Mission Road at Rancheros Drive, adjacent to its ramps with the California 78 freeway. 06/07/08
Mission Road passes by Mission Hills High School and eventually widens to three westbound lanes. 06/07/08
Westbound San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) meets Woodward Street north and San Marcos Boulevard south to San Diego County S-12. 06/07/08
A grade separation between CR S-14 (Mission Road) and CR S-12 (Twin Oaks Valley Road) separates traffic between the two busy roads. CR S-12 (San Marcos Boulevard) travels west to Palomar Airport Road and along Twin Oaks Valley Road north. 06/07/08
The ensuing traffic light along westbound San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) is located just west of the CR S-12 overpass at Pico Avenue. 06/07/08
Mission Road continues west as a five-lane boulevard to Knoll Road. 06/07/08
Aberdeen Road stems north from a signalized intersection with Mission Road to the Vallecitos Ridge gated community. The signal serves pedestrian movements to adjacent schools. 06/07/08
San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) passes by Palomar College. 06/07/08
Advancing west, San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) approaches Las Posas Road and another Sprinter rail station. 06/07/08
San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) crosses Pacific Street and transitions to the south side of the Sprinter rail. 06/07/08
Posted ahead of Rancho Santa Fe Road (CR S-10), this was the first San Diego County S-14 route marker posted along westbound Mission Road. A sidewalk project removed the assembly by 2011. CR S-10 otherwise travels southwest along Rancho Santa Fe Road toward Olivenhain. 06/07/08
CR S-14 remains parallel to the Sprinter along the south side of the commuter rail line. Mission Road becomes Santa Fe Avenue along this stretch. 06/07/08
Westbound CR S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) at the traffic light with Bosstick Boulevard north into an industrial park and the entrance to a manufactured home community to the south. 06/07/08
Beyond Smilax Road, Santa Fe Avenue leaves the San Marcos city limits for unincorporated San Diego County. A reassurance marker for CR S-14 follows. 06/07/08
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Historic U.S. 395 trailblazers were added in 2008 as part of a San Diego County initiative to sign the original route of U.S. 395 through the county. This assembly stands along Santa Fe Avenue north. 06/07/08
Heading northward with just two lanes, CR S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) intersects Palmyra Drive. 06/07/08
The succeeding traffic signal along San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) west is with Buena Creek Road. 06/07/08
Robelini Drive stems south from Santa Fe Avenue to the commercialized interchange of Sycamore Avenue and the California 78 freeway. 06/07/08
A San Diego County S-14 reassurance marker appears west of Robelini Drive. 06/07/08
After the intersection with Woodland Drive, westbound San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) again crosses the Sprinter rail line. Santa Fe Avenue was expanded into a four-lane arterial from just Woodland Drive northward. This included a new railroad crossing through the expanded intersection with Woodland and York Drives. 06/07/08
San Diego County S-14 (Mission Road) enters the city of Vista (population 93,834 as of the 2010 Census and incorporated January 28, 1963). 06/07/08
A reassurance marker for San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) appears at the intersection with Mar Visa Drive south in Vista. 06/07/08
Another San Diego County S-14 reassurance marker is posted between Monte Vista Drive and Escondido Avenue. 06/07/08
Businesses line both sides of San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) prior to the Escondido Avenue intersection. 06/07/08
San Diego County S-14 reassurance marker is posted just after Escondido Avenue. 06/07/08
Westbound San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) approaches San Diego County S-13 (Vista Village Drive). These signs are posted at the corner of Eucalyptus Street and Santa Fe Avenue, looking northwest. 06/07/08
Prior to meeting San Diego County S-13 (Vista Village Drive), westbound San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) first meets Main Street. 06/07/08
San Diego County S-13 (Vista Village Drive) heads south to California 78 at the Vista Way interchange and north along Historic U.S. 395 north to Bonsall and Fallbrook. 06/07/08
Traveling northwest out of Downtown Vista, CR S-14 eventually leaves Vista and enters the city of Oceanside near Guajome County Park. 06/07/08
Westbound San Diego County S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) approaches its western terminus at California 76. California 76 travels three miles west to Mission San Luis Rey. 06/07/08
An end shield for CR S-14 accompanies this mileage sign for SR 76 west to Oceanside and east to Bonsall. 06/07/08
The west end of CR S-14 (Santa Fe Avenue) ties into Via Manos to an adjacent subdivision and a parking lot for the San Luis Rey River Trail. 06/07/08



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06/07/08 by AARoads

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State Route 76

Page Updated 08-16-2017.

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